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Special Corner - Richard Rowley Book review - Communication With the Spirit World of God by Johannes Greber January 16, 2010

Original Date: May, 2003

Review of Communication With the Spirit World of God: Its Laws and Purpose by Johannes Greber (picture)
Translated from German: Der Verkehr mit der Geisterwelt Gottes

Review by Richard Rowley titled:
An essential work in studying Mediumship and Spiritualism

This book can be downloaded from: http://spiritworld.110mb.com

This book is a very important work in the history of Spiritualism. The author, once a Catholic priest in the early 1900's in Germany received many important spirit messages from young mediums in his parish which caused him to look at all the cases of mediumship and communication with spirit recorded in the Old and New Testaments. With the help of spirit advisors Greber corrected many of the mistakes, mistranslations and additions which over time had crept into the original Biblical texts. He also published his own edition of the New Testament. In "Communication with the Spirit World of God" Greber also looks at many other cases of mediumship through the ages, mentioning some other French and German priests who were themselves mediums in the 18th and 19th century, and others in the 20th century such as Mirabelli and Kluski. He shows how the spiritual gifts of prophesy, healing and clairvoyance have continued since Biblical times down to the present day, not so much in the priesthood, which has lost touch with its true living spiritual source, but in the lay psychics and public mediums within or outside the Spiritualist and New Age movements. Just look at the present-day mediums appearing on television, such as John Edward, James Van Praagh, Sylvia Browne, George Anderson and Colin Fry, to name a few. Greber resigned his priesthood and came to live in the United States, where this translation of his original text was published, running into six editions between 1932 and 1979. It is time for another reprint, but meantime, any available copy is a collectible item and is well worth the outlay to any prospective purchaser.

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